Transferable skills that Psychology majors develop
Students studying Psychology acquire many skills that can easily transfer to any subject matter:

Communicating interpersonally
Knowing and appreciating ethical guidelines
Respecting and valuing individuals and differences  
Designing and conducting experiments
Reasoning analytically and objectively
Quantitative and qualitative analysis
Understanding human development and behavior
Establishing interpersonal connections  
Critical and inferential thinking
Resolving and mediating conflicts Insightful
Sensitivity to others
Promoting healthy relationships and behavior
Understanding group dynamics  

Possible job titles for Psychology majors:
Career Counselor
Clinical Psychologist
Counselor and Outreach Coordinator
Health Care Administrator 
Insurance Agent 
Occupational Therapist
Probation Officer
Rehabilitation Counselor 
School Counselor
Social Worker

Types of employers:
Advertising  & Public Relations Firms
Business and Industry 
Churches and Religious Organizations
Correctional Institutions
Education Institutions
Government Agencies
Hospitals and Nursing Homes 
Human Resources Department
Management Consulting Firms 
Market-Research Departments and Firms
Mental Health Agencies 
Professional/Technical Journals
Rehabilitation Agencies
Research Institutes 
Social Service Agencies
Test-Development corporations

Visit the H-SC Psychology Department website!

Other sources of information
Career counselors, alumni, and faculty members are great resources. Visit Career Education early and often, and talk to professors in your major and related fields. Career Coaches can help connect you with alumni in career fields that interest you for informational interviews. Professional associations are excellent sources of career and employment information, and many of them have websites.  Contact the following organizations and websites for more information:

American Psychological Association

Dr. Margaret Lloyd: Careers in Psychology

Society for Neuroscience

Psychology Degree Guide